What we're here to achieve
It's important to note that everything we do shares a common goal: to benefit Arsenal fans.
In short, we're here to do what's right for Arsenal fans. To try and ensure they don't have to stop going to see their beloved Arsenal, to ensure future generations can come and watch The Arsenal, and grow to love them as we did. After all, the club needs its loyal, hardcore support to remain - because once the bandwagon jumpers and 'Johnny Come Lately' brigade have moved on, the core support should still be there. If it's been priced out and/or forced out, that could be disastrous.
We are not a group that moans and protests if our team doesn't win trophies. Our focus isn't what happens on the pitch, even though of course we'll be upset when we lose a match, like any fan would. We don't want a sugar daddy to 'do a Chelsea or Man City' at Arsenal. Despite rumour mongering from a few who don't agree with what we're doing, we're not a 'Wenger Out' group (which we've stated on numerous occasions), we've never tried to organise a bin bag protest (this was another group who confirmed it numerous times) and we've never called for a boycott of matches. Unfortunately there are some who refuse to understand or believe our message, and a handful intent on spreading lies. As we always say to people, read our website if you want to know the facts - don't believe the online rantings of an emotional blogger, or the tweets of a person who thinks that any cricitism of Arsenal is wrong.
Our message is to ignore ignorant views; read this site and find out what we're trying to achieve, and if you have any questions then by all means get in touch. Fortunately there are many fans who agree with what we're doing, and realise that the measures ultimately benefit Arsenal fans. We've been with The Arsenal through thick and thin over many years and have seen it all. We always vocally support the team home and away.
It's our undying love for the club which led us to this point. We've grown up watching The Arsenal; just like our parents and grandparents did in many cases. If we didn't care, we'd do what some of our critics often suggest; we'd walk away. But we refuse to give up on OUR club. We refuse to let the club lose sight of its core values. The club is nothing without its fans, especially those who have been there through thick and thin.
We will campaign for measures that benefit Arsenal fans. The fans who go to watch The Arsenal week in week out, or those who want to go to see games but cannot afford to. The fans who loyally pay membership fees for access to the club. The young fans who will grow up as part of an Arsenal supporting family. Ticketing, pricing, seating... the matchday experience and watching The Arsenal is what we care about.
What we won't accept is a club that takes its supporters for granted. A club that clobbers fans in the pocket because it thinks it can. That's why we're here and why we will continue to work towards real results for supporters.
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